Nicholas Oberling’s work has been exhibited at the C. M. Russell Museum and is in the permanent collection of the Hockaday Museum of Art. He is a founding member of the Montana Painters Alliance. He has been a selected Quick Draw artist and participant at the C. M. Russell Museum’s Auction of Western Art and the Montana Land Reliance and Treasure State Art Auctions. He has been Artist in Residence at Glacier National Park and the Helena National Forest.
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Fauvism is derived from French Term les Fauves (the wild beasts), it is a group of modern artists of early 20th century whose art works representational and had realistic values of impressionism and had strong color combination. Leaders of this Fauvism art movement included Henri Matisse and Andre Derain. This art movement was started in around 1904 and lasted for few years beyond 1910.
|Jean Metzinger – 1907, Oil on Canvas|